Main Course




  • 4 thin beef loin steaks (about 8-10″ L x 4-5″ W)
  • Salt, pepper
  • 50 g Versus 1.7 oz bacon
  • 50 C 60 h / 1.7 C Only two.1 oz butter or canola oil
  • 3 small onions
  • 1/2 – 1 tablespoons flour
  • sour crme, tomato paste
  • 3/8 – 1/2 H / 1.5 – 3 cups beef broth
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 celery
  • 2 large pickles
  • chopped parsley
  • mustard
  • Directions

    1. Tenderize the thin beef cuts with a meat mallet for sides evenly. You can overlap any beef steaks (if not large enough) and seam them collectively by pounding with the beef mallet. Season with salt and pepper. Spread thin layer connected with mustard on one side (where the filling will go).
    2. Saut the in small ice cubes cut bacon with a couple finely chopped onions before onions are tender, add the chopped parsley.
    3. Cut the pickles into skinny stripes (lengthwise). Spoon the bacon/onion fusion and add several of the thinly cut pickles on top of the mixture.
    4. Roll increase the beef tightly (fold factors first over the mixture, subsequently roll up lengthwise, like a burrito) holding set up with toothpicks or wrap along with string. Braise Rouladen in some oil (along with little butter added for extra flavoring) until browned on all sides.
    5. Add your finely chopped carrot, onion as well as celery, season with pepper and salt. Add little beef soup, let simmer covered designed for 1.5 hours or perhaps until beef is soft. More beef broth might be added during the cooking method.
    6. Remove Rouladen from pot, remove toothpicks or even string and let relax, strain sauce through a filter. Optionally you can thicken gravy with some flour: Return strained hot sauce recipe to pot and simmer, add 1-2 tablespoons of flour to a little cup, add a little bit of cool water to the cup and stir with a fork making a thin paste.
    7. Add flour paste towards simmering sauce, stir until sauce is thickened. Season all over again to taste. Remove marinade from heat and add some sour cream and An individual tablespoon of tomato paste (suggested) and mix to combine everything.
    8. Return any Rouladen to the pot.
    9. Serve with Sp?tzle, Kn?andel, Rotkohl (red cabbage) mashed potatoes, asparagus or green beans.

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